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Discipline

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No, this is not going to be yet another article on New Year’s resolutions.  I’m pretty sick of those, actually—I mean, most of us know what it takes to get healthy, we just have issues with motivation or stamina.  It was in reviewing an end-of-year article, though, that I ran across this idea:  Happiness also requires discipline. 

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Oh My, It’s actually Fall!!

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I put on socks regularly this past week.  We brought the houseplants in from the deck today.  It’s getting dark earlier.  Yeah, it’s Fall, I can’t hide it anymore.  I actually like Fall….who wouldn’t like the crunch of leaves under foot, the change of colors in the trees, the crisp air?  I just used to like the slower transition from […]

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Two NEW Offerings for the Fall!

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I imagine you may still feel a bit lost in the pace of the early fall, but I think you’ll be happy to hear that we have two new offerings to help you expand your horizons.  Each will help you balance your energies and feel more settled.

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Fear and Intimidation

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Fear and intimidation:  these two words should not be found in the same sentence as “testing for competency”.  Most of the time, though, they go together.  Last weekend, I had the opportunity to take my recertification exam in gynecology–something we periodically have to do, just as all medical specialties do to assure continued competence.

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August

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“August” is a summer month, but it’s also this:  inspiring reverence or admiration, respect.  That hit me this morning on my walk, and I’d like to think I approach every day this way, not just the ones during this month.  August is a funny time, though:  still summer, but already I’m finding myself looking ahead to the fall, planning and […]

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Detox Summit

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For years, we’ve been conducting group detox events in the fall and the spring.  I’ve talked about the importance of detoxification in lectures, in my book (Boosting Your Immunity for Dummies) and with patients.  Now, there’s a chance for you to learn even more:  my friend and colleague, Deanna Minich, PhD, has organized an online Detox Summit, and it’s free!

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Foraging in Our Own Backyard

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This is just a quick reminder that this Sunday, June 29th, is our foraging event with Dan Farella.  There are still spots available, so sign up now!

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Things you may not know about MIB….

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It struck me recently that there are a lot of things going on at MIB that folks don’t seem to know about.  Mostly that’s because it’s a complex place, and we all focus on what’s most important to us.  So here are a few things you might not be aware of: Rad oil This is an herbal oil that I […]

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